United Airlines Extends Boeing 737 MAX Cancellations, and More
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United Airlines announced that its Boeing 737 MAXes would remain off its schedules until Nov. 3.
As the storm approaches the Louisiana coast, nine airlines have now issued travel waivers for the storm — and more have already started cancelling flights.
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A pair of YouTubers booked a flight that they didn’t plan on making, to get them in the terminal four days ahead of an international flight that they did plan to make.
Since American Express announced that they will be cutting complimentary restaurant access for its credit and charge cards that include a Priority Pass membership, there have been concerns that it will be removed for other members as well. Fortunately, that isn’t the case.
The Rise of the Resistance ride will open this year on Dec. 5 at Walt Disney World and on Jan. 17, 2020, out in California at Disneyland.
Sweet dreams, aviation geeks: there’s a hotel room in Tokyo that features a full-fledged Boeing 737-800 flight simulator.
Delta’s A330-900s were originally scheduled to enter service on July 1, but the airline announced in May that its inaugural flight would be pushed back to July 15. However, Delta was able to bring the new aircraft online earlier than planned.
Karl Racine, the Attorney General of the District of Columbia, announced Tuesday over Twitter that he is suing the world’s largest hotel chain for “charging consumers deceptive resort fees when booking hotel rooms.”
When ordering an Uber Comfort, it appears you’ll receive something in-between an UberX and an Uber XL. The most noticeable difference will be that each one will have more legroom than a standard UberX vehicle.
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